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{{Peripheralbox| title = Sega Master System Controller
 
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|system = [[Sega Master System]]
 
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}}The '''Sega Master System Controller''' is a controller used for the Sega Master System. The controller includes a square D-pad and two buttons labelled 1 and 2. The control pad does not include a start button used for pausing the game. Instead, the pause feature is located on the Sega Master System itself. The controller shares similarities with the Nintendo Entertainment System controller, including a rectangular box shape, two buttons and a D-pad. 
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The controller has several variations. There are Sega Master System controllers with wires coming out of the right side, reminiscent of the Japanese Famicom controllers, Sega Master System controllers with a joystick style thumbstick, and controllers with wires coming out of the top. 
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The Sega Master System Controller has a mixed reception, due to it's small size, but when you play at Alax Kidd, it responds very good.
   
 
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Latest revision as of 16:45, 14 November 2020

Sega Master System Controller
Segamastercontroller.jpg
Creator Sega
System Sega Master System
Supported games All Sega Master System games
Release date
Inputs Directional pad
1/Start Button
2 Button
Rarity

The Sega Master System Controller is a controller used for the Sega Master System. The controller includes a square D-pad and two buttons labelled 1 and 2. The control pad does not include a start button used for pausing the game. Instead, the pause feature is located on the Sega Master System itself. The controller shares similarities with the Nintendo Entertainment System controller, including a rectangular box shape, two buttons and a D-pad. 

The controller has several variations. There are Sega Master System controllers with wires coming out of the right side, reminiscent of the Japanese Famicom controllers, Sega Master System controllers with a joystick style thumbstick, and controllers with wires coming out of the top.  The Sega Master System Controller has a mixed reception, due to it's small size, but when you play at Alax Kidd, it responds very good.